Treasure Island

maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Future's Fault


I will blame you my future child
If you forget about the past
And repeat again our same mistake
I will blame you my future child
If you deny your land
That we protect with our blood
I will blame you my future child
If you danger humanity
Though I’ve taught you always
Do not hurt if you don’t want be hurt
I can’t protect you forever
I’ll be swept by time and slowly disappear
I will blame you my future child
If you destroy the world
Only to fill your greedy wish
You can always blame me
For not making you good and wealthy
But future after you is also
Depends from what you do now

Submitted: Friday, October 22, 2010

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